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New homes starting under 0,000 are being built in this Pierce County neighborhood

New homes starting under $700,000 are being built in this Pierce County neighborhood

New homes starting under 0,000 are being built in this Pierce County neighborhood

A regional homebuilder has announced its latest project, a new development in Lakewood that has already sold two homes.

Pacific Lifestyle Homes has launched sales for Austin Court, 8716 104th St. SW. The new neighborhood is south of Fort Steilacoom Park.

A drone photo of lots in the Austin Court neighborhood developed by Pacific Lifestyle Homes in Lakewood.A drone photo of lots in the Austin Court neighborhood developed by Pacific Lifestyle Homes in Lakewood.

A drone photo of lots in the Austin Court neighborhood developed by Pacific Lifestyle Homes in Lakewood.

The nine-home subdivision includes homes starting just under $700,000.

The news follows Pacific’s introduction of homes at the Acorn Park Development near JBLM last fall.

Pacific Lifestyle Homes is tied to Garrette Custom Homes under the same Vancouver, Washington-based corporate umbrella, operating as both brands in the Puget Sound region and Vancouver/Portland area. The Puget Sound division office is in Tacoma.

Garrette, among his other projects, is one of the builders at Tehaleh near Lake Bonney.

County records show an LLC affiliated with Garrette bought five Lakewood parcels at the site last November.

“We’ve already seen strong demand for these homes, with two already sold prior to opening,” Matt Lewis, president of the Puget Sound Division of Pacific Lifestyle Homes, said in Tuesday’s announcement. “They are in a great area and the single level floor plans we offer are very hard to find.”

Two story floor plans are also available. Homes in the neighborhood range from 1,805 to 2,305 square feet, offering 3-5 bedrooms and 2 or 2.5 baths, with a choice of two or three car garages, among other features/options.

Each home is also designed to be EV ready.

For more information, call 877-500-5675 or visit the builder’s website.

News Tribune archives contributed to this report.